Remember the children’s book about Fauci, where the main virologist and potential accomplice to the coronavirus pandemic is portrayed as a superhero saving the world from evil viruses and bacteria?

Well, the latest revelation might hit its sales as kids won’t be happy…

A division of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) under Dr. Anthony Fauci reportedly sent a grant of $375,800 to a lab in Tunisia to be used in inhumane experiments.

The experiments are said to have involved live beagle puppies, who had their heads clamped in cages filled with carnivorous flies!

The puppies’ vocal folds were also removed, for no other reason but to prevent them from barking and ‘disturbing’ the researchers.


The experiments also involved forcefully drugging the beagles and subsequently killing and dissecting them.

The purpose of the experiments was to acquire data to be used by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

The FDA, however, has provided a statement on the matter, saying that it does not condone or call for studying the effects of human drugs in dogs.

Detailed reports of the atrocities

Such experiments, moreover, appear to have been conducted since the beginning of 2018, and legislators led by Rep. Nancy Mace are demanding answers, particularly with regards to the researchers’ exploring alternatives and ethics.

The NIH also admitted to having funded function research on coronaviruses in its laboratory in Wuhan, something that Fauci denied when faced with the question priorly.


The aforementioned was disclosed in a letter penned by the NIH deputy director Lawrence A. Tabak.

The letter states some crude details regarding the research.

Namely, the goal of the research was to find out if coronaviruses naturally occurring in bats were able to bind to human receptors.

The research used mice as its target and it was found that the mice were more easily and more seriously infected when subjected to the modified.

Who takes the blame?

More precisely, Tabak shifts the blame to EcoHealth Alliance, who supposedly failed to disclose the kind of research they were backing upfront.

It is alarming to note that the results of the mentioned research in Wuhan point to a potential attempt to purposely make the virus more potent.


The implication of the NIH’s involvement in the matter is more than grave.

As far as the EcoHealthAlliance’s word in the matter, it is documented in its proposal to the NIH that the risks of the research were acknowledged, as it was stated that the staff were at high risk of exposure and more importantly liable to spreading the virus.

The NIH, as it would be revealed, saw no issue with this and provided them money regardless, which would then be forwarded to the Wuhan Institute of Virology.

Fauci was pressed to admit this fact in May, however, he’s still here.

The renewal of the funding is noted to have been occurred in 2019 and cut the following year, in which the virus had become a global nuisance.